From the suffragettes fighting for the vote, to the tens of thousands who marched in the Women’s March to protest Trump's inauguration, there has long been concerns for many that the movement for gender equality has largely been dominated by white women. One local woman is working to change that by hosting workshops where women of all backgrounds gather to discuss their personal experiences with race and ways to join together in combating racism.

Jim Braude was joined by Tina Opie, a visiting associate professor at MIT and an associate professor at Babson College who created the initiative, called "Shared Sisterhood," Michaela Hava, a participant in the project who is also a teacher in the Greater Boston area, and Lindsey Vizvary Galvao, a participant in the project who is a faculty member at the Dana Hall School.